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In connection with a meeting of the ruling party traffic in the city will be limited
10:03 28.09.2012
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Today, transport movement will be limited in Tbilisi due to the meeting of the “United National movement”.    
As reported, it is expected that a great number of supporters will attend the event.  
Accordingly, on the surrounding area of the National Stadium, the transport traffic will be limited. Tbilisi City Hall spreads a statement regarding the mentioned fact.  
“Parking on Tsereteli, Tsabadze and Didube streets will be restricted on September 28. Also, movement on Tsereteli, Tsabadze and Didube streets will be stopped from 15:00, movement in direction of the King Tamar avenue and the left bank will be restricted. Tbilisi City Hall addressed the population with a request to take into account the mentioned restrictions and to use alternative routers.  The public transport will be limited to. Passengers will be able to obtain detailed information about each route from the City Hall hotline: 2722222”, - is said in the in the statement published by the City Hall.  
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